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- The Atlanta Hawks are looking to go up 2-0 after an impressive Game 1 victory.
- The Milwaukee Bucks faltered late in Game 1 and want to level the series.
- With a second straight game on their home court, the Milwaukee Bucks open as heavy favorites.
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The Atlanta Hawks continue to surprise their opponents through these playoffs. After taking down the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 1, the Hawks want to take a commanding lead in the series. But the Milwaukee Bucks are a veteran outfit, and they’ll be more than prepared going into Game 2.
Atlanta Hawks at Milwaukee Bucks (Game 2)
The series is 1-0 in favor of the Atlanta Hawks, but the Milwaukee Bucks want to bring the series level with their second straight game on their home court. Take a look at the game preview, here!
|T. Young||Points||O 30.5 (-115) |
|U 30.5 (-115) |
|J. Holiday||Points||O 20.5 (-105) |
|U 20.5 (-130) |
|T. Young||Assists||O 9.5 (-125) |
|U 7.5 (-110) |
|J. Holiday||Assists||7.5 (-120) |
|U 7.5 (-110) |
|C. Capela||Rebounds||O 13.5 (-105) |
|U 13.5 (-130) |
|G. Antetokounmpo||PTS+REBS+ASTS||O 52.5 (-115) |
|U 52.5 (-115) |
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Trae Young is coming off of a brilliant performance against the Milwaukee Bucks where he scored 48 points! Young is also averaging 30.5 points per game over his 13 games in the 2021 NBA Playoffs.
He looked great managing the Milwaukee Bucks’ defence in Game 1, so clearing 30.5 again seems quite likely.
Jrue Holiday isn’t the most prolific scorer on the Milwaukee Bucks, but he is more than capable on the offensive side of the ball. With Young guarding Holiday though, the veteran point guard has a favorable matchup.
Averaging just 16.7 points through the playoffs but coming off of a 33 point effort in Game 1, Holiday clearing 20.5 is a worthwhile wager.
Clint Capela has proven himself to be a monster on the glass. No Milwaukee big man could keep up with him in Game 1, as he collected 19 rebounds in 37 minutes of play.
The Swiss veteran knows his way around the boards and clearing 13.5 seems very realistic for him.
Giannis Antetokounmpo is a force of nature, but when the Milwaukee Bucks succeed he doesn’t have to do as much work. Coming off of a night where his combined multi-stat total was 55, you’d expect Antetokounmpo to clear 52.5 once again.
However, counting on a bounce back game from Middleton, Antetokounmpo’s production won’t need to be as high and he won’t clear 52.5.
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